Please consider publishing this announcement from Sylvia Miller about 2015 Scholarships offered by the IDL SIG. Thank you!
IDL SIG is Now Accepting 2015 Scholarship Applications
Are you a student enrolled in Instructional Design-related courses, or do you know someone who is? Then consider applying for or sharing information about our 2015 scholarships. For the ninth consecutive year, the IDL SIG—a special interest group of STC—is offering two scholarships for two top Master’s/Ph.D. students. Applicants must be taking courses at the graduate level.
These scholarships were created to assist students who are pursuing a graduate degree in a field related to Instructional Design. Students applying for this scholarship are expected to be able to demonstrate their focus on topics related to Instructional Design through their academic studies, current jobs, graduate program, or special projects.
The IDL SIG scholarship awards this year are $750 for the top candidate and $500 for the runner-up. The Scholarship Committee evaluates applicants' academic records and potential for contributing to the Instructional Design profession. To be eligible for a scholarship, you must be:
- Enrolled in a Master’s/Ph.D. degree program in the Instructional Design field.
- Pursuing a career as an Instructional Designer (or related occupation).
- Taking courses at the graduate level.
We are now accepting applications for the 2015 scholarships. To learn more about the requirements and download the application form, go to
While you’re there, you’ll want to read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)!
The deadline for submission of all materials is Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Winners will be notified sometime in April. All winners will be published in the IDL SIG quarterly newsletter.
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In this issue, we continue our special series on global STC chapters and investigate technical writing in India. To spice things up, guest writer Sarika Sharma introduces the number one pastime in India--cricket. And as usual, we review the great programs held by the Berkeley STC this past summer and fall.
This issue features highlights of the STC summit in Chicago as well as summaries of our programs on plain language and ethnographic field research.
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Nice job on the newsletter.
How did you create your link in the post above? I did mine manually with an html <a> tag. Is that how you did yours as well?
You're correct... tags (sometimes) have to be created by hand. But in other areas (such as when creating an event) you can cut/paste or use the editor shortcuts. And, still other edit areas have a quasi-WYSIWYG interface.
If you think that all this is highly confusing, and that MySTC should have a single, easy-to-use editing interface, (and if you feel it would be helpful if there were "help" pages for MySTC), please add your support and comments to this item: https://getsatisfaction.com/sfortc/topics/which_items_allow_what_formatting (note that this was first identified as an issue 9+ months ago).
I finally took a look at this. Rick, did you find the <a href="http://www.jomsocial.com/support/docs.html">documentation</a> helpful?
Hmmm, I forgot. No formatting in the replies.